An initiative to support companies in choosing the best technologies for digital transition
TELFORD, 3 March 2021 – Getac, a leading company in rugged mobile computing solutions, has today announced the launch of the new “Getac Manufacturing Virtual Exhibition”, a digital platform to showcase its latest rugged technologies and integrated solutions for the manufacturing industry.
The new exhibition has been carefully designed to help manufacturing professionals discover and learn about the benefits of Getac’s rugged technology in key Industry 4.0 applications. These include Process Production Management, Shop Floor & Discrete Production Management, Warehouse, Stock Management & Intralogistics, Asset Management & Maintenance and more. All visitors to the exhibition will have the opportunity to interact with Getac’s latest products, view digital content, datasheets and insights, as well as liaise directly with Getac experts.
The events of the past year have had a profound effect on the way the manufacturing industry must operate, forcing many manufacturers to face up to scenarios that are still partially unknown. Getac, through this initiative, wants to support companies in choosing digital solutions that will help them achieve the necessary transformations throughout their IT processes. In this context, new innovative technologies such as Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Augmented/Virtual Reality and 5G need the support of powerful software and hardware solutions, in order to successfully optimise processes, reduce costs and remain competitive in the global marketplace.
The Manufacturing Virtual Exhibition offers the perfect opportunity to get an up-close look at Getac’s latest products and solutions, key features, functionality, design and more. In particular, the new generation of the highly configurable S410 semi-rugged notebook for manufacturing and automotive professionals working in highly challenging environments, and the fully rugged UX10 tablet, the world’s first to feature LiFi (Light Fidelity) technology built into the device.
The Manufacturing Virtual Exhibition is open now.
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